True to his word, Baroka head coach Dylan Kerr has fulfilled his promise of adding another tattoo on his legs, as a dedication to the club’s survival in the Premiership.
Kerr helped Bakgaga survive the chop in the recently concluded season, after finishing 14th.
The 53-year-old who already had six tattoos as a symbol of his achievements at his previous clubs, had promised he would add a 7th tattoo if he helped the Ga-Mphahlele side to retain their status.
“Every tattoo on my leg is an achievement,” Kerr told FARPost.
“Last year I wanted to do the Black Leopards tattoo (after their survival) but unfortunately the guy that was going to do it was sick. It’s something that I am proud of.
“I have won things and did tattoos on my legs but even though I have not won anything with both Leopards and Baroka, keeping them in the PSL when I arrived in the position that they were in and with the mandates that the chairmen had given me, to keep them in the PSL is an achievement for me.
“To win something or to do something so well against all odds is an achievement for me. So I am very proud to have a Baroka tattoo on my leg and quite soon I will get the Black Leopards one because again it was an achievement,” added Kerr.
The other six tattoos on Ker’s legs are to celebrate the Scottish Cup with Kilmarnock, back-to-back Championships with Leeds United, Championship title with Reading, League Championship with Hamilton Academical (Scotland), League Cup with Hai Phong (Vietnam) as well as the back-to-back League Championship with Gor Mahia in Kenya.
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By Ofhani Munyai